Anglo-American is a term usually implying a relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom (specifically England), or the two countries' shared language (English) and/or cultural heritage. In this context the term may refer to:
English American, a person from the United States whose ancestry originates wholly or partly in England
A person from the United States who speaks English as their first language (see American English)
A collective term referring to those countries that have similar legal systems based on common law
The Anglo-American was an Englishmotor tricycle produced by a York company from 1899 to 1900. The company also offered motors that it claimed were "manufactured throughout in our own works", but which were most likely Continental imports.
Anglo American plc is a multinational mining company based in Johannesburg, South Africa and London, United Kingdom. It is the world's largest producer of platinum, with around 40% of world output. As well as being a major producer of diamonds, copper, nickel, iron ore and metallurgical and thermal coal. The company has operations in Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, North America and South America.
In December 2015 the company announced that after a US$3 billion loss in the first half of 2015, it would be undergoing a restructure, including the loss of 85,000 jobs out of 135,000.
1917 to 1990
Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, along with the American bank J.P. Morgan & Co., founded the Anglo American Corporation. A gold mining company, in 1917 with £1million, raised from UK and US sources, and ultimately derived the name of the company.
The AAC became the majority stakeholder in the De Beers company in 1926, a company formerly controlled by Alfred Beit, a fellow Jewish-German emigre of the Oppenheimers. Two years following, the AAC began mining in the Zambian copper belt.
However, its payouts remain well below mining rivals like Rio Tinto and Anglo American, which last week announced a combined $13.2 billion in shareholder returns ... But while the buyback may be a welcome surprise for investors, Glencore's payouts remain well below mining rivals like ...
Glencore in June bought the stakes it didn't already own in its Colombia thermal coal mine from partners BHP plc (BHPB.L) and Anglo American, boosting its coal assets when others are looking to exit the sector.
Mining ...Estate jewelry market strong, with dealers seeking old mine and European cuts... While the mining giant’s revenue and profit bounced back in the first half of 2021, questions remain about some important strategic issues ... Mining shares fared better, with Mountain Province (+6%), Gem Diamonds (+5%), Alrosa (+4%) and Anglo American (+2%) rising.
The mine was originally owned by British colonial companies, including Anglo American, and later nationalised. In 1994, the mine closed, but the toxic waste that remained was never cleaned up. Anglo American is currently facing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of affected children and women of childbearing age in Kabwe.
Other big dividend payers reporting include the two mining giants, Anglo-American, which announced a share buy-back; and RTZ, which is paying a record dividend ... Booze and tobacco did well ... And British American Tobacco, the largest tobacco company, increased its sales by 5 per cent largely on the back of 'new categories' ... The list goes on ... ....
Other big dividend payers reporting include the two mining giants, Anglo-American, which announced a share buy-back; and RTZ, which is paying a record dividend ... And British American Tobacco, the largest tobacco company, increased its sales by 5 per cent largely on the back of 'new categories'.